The iPazzPort itself is about the same size as a typical calculator and looks like one from a distance. The top end touch pad is a couple of inches across and features a scroll function on the right hand side.
You have numbers 1-9+0, a full QWERTY text layout, capslock, ctrl, escape, delete, alt and more. The larger and more obvious buttons are the left and right click functions with a space bar at the base.
At the bottom end of the ‘port you have an on and off switch.
Just next to it there’s the mini-USB charge slot for the device, and a connection button hidden in a recess for identifying the iPazzPort to the bluetooth adapter.
When turned on you get a flash of the backlit keys. You can change this feature to be on or off during use. Obviously when on it will drain the battery power faster, but it does allow for the iPazzPort to be used in the dark; perfect during a movie.